antitubercular

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antitubercular

(ˌæntɪtjuːˈbɜːkjʊlə) or

antituberculous

adj
acting against tuberculosis
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However, in patients with persistent pleural effusion after an adequate antituberculous therapy, thoracoscopic evaluation is needed to confirm the diagnosis.
The lesions regressed after treatment with 3 antituberculous drugs.
--Tuberculosis meningitis: cases with chronic meningitis plus one of the following: A) Positive CSF smear, culture or PCR; B) CSF analysis compatible with meningitis plus increased CSF adenosine deaminase level in whom other causes of chronic meningitis had been ruled out and antituberculous drugs were initiated by an infectious disease specialist.
In conclusion, fusidic acid has a significant antituberculous effect at the concentration of 32 mg/l and over as a second line drug in the treatment of MDR-TB.
She had been started on weight-appropriate standard antituberculous therapy with rifampicin, isoniazid, pyrazinamide and ethambutol.
Immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome of tuberculosis among HIV-infected patients receiving antituberculous and antiretroviral therapy.
She was successfully treated with a 6-month regimen of standard antituberculous therapy.
Initially, the FDA limited the use of these NAA tests to AFB smear-positive respiratory specimens from patients who had not received antituberculous drugs for 7 days or within the previous year.
The clinician must rely on clinical judgement in decisions regarding the need for antituberculous therapy and further diagnostic work-up because negative NAA results do not exclude the possibility of active pulmonary TB.
More than 50 million rubles will be additionally supplied to support the activities of the Primorsky Territorial Antituberculous 27.4 million rubles is provided for the improvement of medical care for patients with cancer, additional funds are also allocated for the vaccination of conscripts.
So, we were in doubt to use the trial of antituberculous therapy or empiric antibiotic to cover common microbes causing pyogenic spondylodiscitis.